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Commissioner / Referrer, Redford Court

News & Events

23 August
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Enabling a new sensory garden at York House

On 10th August, York House service users and staff welcomed volunteers and mentors from the charity Enable into their garden in order to turn an area of grass into a sensory garden everyone could enjoy.

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16 August
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What is stopping you from achieving your best as a practitioner?

We would like to hear YOUR views about the barriers to service improvement and research in clinical settings by inviting anyone working in neurorehabilitation to answer a 5-minute questionnaire.

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16 August
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BIRT outcome measure published in peer-reviewed journal

Increasing a person’s independence and ability to participate in meaningful activities are key aims of neurorehabilitation, as greater participation is associated with better quality of life and general wellbeing.

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About us

The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) aims to provide the best quality neurobehavioural rehabilitation for people with complex and challenging needs after brain injury.

BIRT is committed to seeking new and imaginative solutions to meet the needs of our service users. Our clinicians regularly carry out research, working in close collaboration with academic institutions on a range of projects. Find out more information on our current research projects.

The BIRT Guide to Living has been highly commended by the British Medical Association for meeting the needs of patients.

NHS England’s Improving Rehabilitation Services Programme has recently launched new commissioning guidance for Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and their local partners. Read our Top Ten Tips response to the NHS Commissioning Guidelines.

Case studies and outcomes

The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) is the charity provides a full continuum of services to meet the need of individuals at any stage and requirement. Meet some of the people that have benefited from our brain injury rehabilitation services and see how we could help you or your family. We invite you to meet some of the people who have benefited from brain injury rehabilitation with us.

We welcome your feedback about all our services. Let us know your thoughts via our satisfaction survey. Our annual Outcome Report highlights changes to service user behaviour during and after their rehabilitation at BIRT’s centres

With a full contiuum of services to meet the need of individuals at any stage and requirement, theBrain Injury Rehabilitation Trust(BIRT) is the leading charity providing brain injury rehabilitation across the UK.